Andrew Rittler: How Are Restaurants Adapting In 2018?

 

Today we chat with Andrew Rittler, the Executive Director of the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association.  Andrew fills us in on the best restaurant models to follow, how to properly implement a customer experience and the importance of being agile and adapting your game within the space.  Andrew also touches on attracting and keeping solid employees, education within the restaurant, and then the importance of maintaining the brand.  Want to learn how to keep the doors open and tables turning?  Listen in now!

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